I Fought A Good Fight For The Nigerian People – Atiku

The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar has said that he fought a good fight and will not relent for Nigeria and democracy. Atiku’s comment is


How Ideato North Can Feed The South East – NGOFORO

Jude Opara, Owerri Renowned philanthropist and Chairman of Ngoforo Foundation, Franklin Ngoforo, has said that the summary of the economic setback of the people of Ideato North hinges on poor


Fire engulfs World Heritage castle in Japan’s Okinawa

A Search You are here News Fire engulfs World Heritage castle in Japan’s Okinawa 31 Oct 2019 JIJI PRESS/AFP /Shuri Castle after a fire ripped through the historic site in Naha, Okinawa,


Third Deadly Quake in Weeks Hits South Philippines

A powerful earthquake struck the southern Philippines on Thursday, killing at least four people and sparking searches of seriously damaged buildings that had already been rattled by two previous deadly


Nepali Climber Claims New Record for 14 Highest Peaks

A Nepali mountaineer on Tuesday smashed the speed record for summiting the world’s 14 highest peaks, racing up all “8000ers” in just six months and six days, organisers said. The


Climate activist Greta Thunberg declines Environmental Award

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg on Tuesday refused to accept an environmental award, saying the climate movement needed people in power to start to “listen” to “science” and not awards.


Lebanon Government Falls amidst Heat Protests

Lebanon’s prime minister submitted his government’s resignation on Tuesday, bowing to nearly two weeks of unprecedented nationwide protests against corruption and sectarianism. Saad Hariri’s sombre televised address was met by


Prosecutors Probe Mental Health of 84yr old Frenchman, who attacked mosque

An 84-year-old man accused of wounding two men in a shooting at a mosque in southern France wanted to avenge the burning of Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris, prosecutors said Tuesday,


British MPs vote for December election to break Brexit deadlock

British MPs on Tuesday agreed to hold an early election on December 12, backing Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s call to try to break the crippling political deadlock that has seen


New Impeachment Witness rocks White House

AFP / MANDEL NGANLieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman (R), a White House National Security Council Ukraine expert, arrives at Congress to testify in the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump A


Music Plagiarism: COSON Appeals to NCC to Help Members Reap Royalty

Ikenna Orioha To strengthen hardwork, intellectual ingenuity and talent exhibition among young people, Stakeholders and members of the Copyright Society of Nigeria, COSON, Owerri chapter, have appealed to the Nigerian


Nigerian Pastor Accused of Abusing Children who Fled Boko Haram

Deep in the tropical forest in southern Nigeria, an evangelical pastor runs a sprawling camp billed as a refuge for thousands of children who fled the Boko Haram jihadist insurgency


“Imo Go Better”: Olisae Dedicates New Song to Imo Govt, Imolites (Song)

ThankGod Emeh. In the face of criticisms on the PDP – Emeka Ihedioha led administtation of Imo state as regards getting governance right in the state, a promising Owerri based


NYCN Commends Ihedioha for Organizing Retreat for Govt Functionaries

Ikenna Orioha. Chairman, National Youth Council of Nigeria, Imo State chapter, Comrade Chukwuemeka Isidor Chidozie, has commended His Excellency, Rt Hon Emeka Ihedioha, for organizing three days Retreat on Capacity


Wenger Eyes Return, Misses ‘Wet Wednesdays at Stoke’

Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is ready to return to football management and resume battle with that stubborn coat zipper, claiming he misses “wet Wednesdays at Stoke”. The Frenchman, who